With excellent amenities and convenient access to public transit, Dufferin Grove is a popular family oriented neighbourhood located in downtown Toronto. Majority of the homes in this neighbourhood were built between 1890 and 1930 ranging from late Victorian to Edwardian and English Cottage style designs.

This neighbourhood overlaps partially with the Little Italy neighbourhood and is bounded by Dundas Street W on the South, Ossington Avenue on the West, Bloor Street W on the North and Dufferin Street on the West.

Notable Amenities at Dufferin Grove

1. Schools and Education: Dewson Street Junior Public School, Ossington/Old Orchard Junior Public School, St. Mary's Catholic Secondary Secondary, St. Luke Elementary, 

2. Food and Restaurants: Bar Isabel (Spanish Tapas Bar), Bakerbots BakingThe Caledonian (Scottish Pub), Enoteca Sociale (Italian), Communist’s Daughter (Bar), Pizzeria LibrettoLit Espresso Bar.

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: The Dufferin Mall, street shopping on Dundas, College and Bloor Streets, Dufferin Grove Park, West-End YMCA

Getting to Dufferin Grove by Public Transit:

Ossington Station and Dufferin Station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line - 300 on Bloor Street West - 63, 94 and 316 on Ossington Avenue - 306 and 506 on College Street - 29 and 329 on Dufferin Street